Katherine LePage, AIA

Katherine is passionate about a lot of things, from geography and history, to technology and art. As a result she is an engaged designer who finds simple solutions to complex problems. It also means that she is an active member of many organizations and strives to understand the relationships and balance between seemingly disparate communities. This cross-disciplined and passionate approach to solving problems is critical for evolving the architectural profession as well as our communities. Her pro-active nature and positive attitude make her a born leader and a wonderful addition to any project team.


Washington University in St. Louis
Masters of Architecture, 2004
cum laude

University of Maryland
Urban Planning Study Abroad the United Kingdom, 2002

University of Maryland
Bachelor of Science, 2002


Baltimore Architecture Foundation, Board of Directors, 2016-Present

Maryland Institute College of Art, Adjunct Professor, 2014-Present

AIA Baltimore Lecture Series, Chair, 2008-Present

Neighborhood Design Center, Volunteer 

Maryland Humanities Council, Volunteer

Greater Baltimore Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary, Volunteer

Baltimore Rowing Club, Member, 2011-Present


Katherine LePage, AIA - Associate